Baby Girl Born Prematurely, The Nurse Put A Camera In Her Incubator And Saw This

The University of Kansas Hospital was awarded $73,000 from Royal Charities for new technology called ‘Angel Eyes’. This donated technology will help parents see their babies when they are born prematurely. They can sleep at night and be reassured that their little ones are safe and sound. The parents can view their baby from anywhere around the world at any time, thanks to ‘Angel Eyes’. Staff Sergeant Sam Last was given the opportunity of seeing his baby girl when she was born 6 weeks early.

'Angel Eye' installed at University of Kansas Hospital